A Film Inspired By The Secrets of The South Street Bridge

A few weeks ago, I showcased animator Brendan Marnell’s (C’05) “The Lift”, an animated short based on the theme of “leaving college”.

Today I wanted to share Ephemera, another great film Brendan did during his senior year at Penn.

Per Brendan, “It [Ephemera] was inspired by an experience ‘discovering’ a series of rooms built into the support structure of South Street Bridge. The walls were covered with layer upon layer of really great graffiti, and I could see people had been using it as a hangout for a long time. I tried to return to the spot a couple weeks later, but the entrance had been cemented shut.”

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